Author Archives: Bird Las Vegas

Group Tours

Group Tour

Do you have a large group that needs accommodating? Bird Las Vegas guides all have experience with leading large groups and can host your gathering no matter what the size. Bird Las Vegas believes that people get excited about birds and learn most efficiently when specific attention is available. That’s why we believe in providing one guide for every four clients, because who wants to get lost in a crowd. Click the link below to get in touch with us and inquire about group rates with Bird Las Vegas!

Greater Roadrunner

Photo Tour

Perhaps you don’t care about seeing life birds or hitting several different hotspots. Perhaps you like to move a little slower and really spend time with your subjects. Bird Las Vegas guides are all photographers, and they know where to go and how to attain the best possible shots for some of those typically hard to photograph species. Let us know that photography is your jam, and we’ll be sure to get you shots that you can’t wait to show off. Click the link below to get in touch with us and book your photo tour with Bird Las Vegas today!

Gambel's Quail

Full Day

For those serious about maximizing your experience, and your species count, we recommend a full day. On a full day, we can visit wetlands, desert, canyons, urban parks, and the mountains. In spring and fall, green spaces around the city can be teeming with migrants and the occasional vagrant. By visiting a combination of diverse habitats, it’s possible to see over one hundred species in a day. Most full days will include time spent in the city, as well as a retreat to Mountain Charleston in the afternoon. Ask about visiting areas south of Las Vegas for the localized Gilded Flicker, Curve-billed Thrasher, and Scott’s Oriole. Click the link below to get in touch with us and book your full day with Bird Las Vegas!

Half Day

Our half day trips are ideal for those looking to sneak away from the Strip for a few hours. On a half day trip, we can look for classic desert birds such as Greater Roadrunner, Gambel’s Quail, Costa’s Hummingbird, Ladder-backed Woodpecker, and Crissal Thrasher. We typically visit at least two locations during our half day trips. But during migration, it may be worth spending a half day at a single migrant trap for those visiting from east of the Rockies and hoping for western songbirds. Click the link below to get in touch with us and book your half day trip with Bird Las Vegas today!